Measure would bar the state from delaying payments to local agencies for transit, public services and redevelopment. Foes say its passage would result in further cuts to education and public safety.
When Californians walk into voting booths Tuesday with their ears still ringing from a barrage of ads for billionaire Republican Meg Whitman, Democratic icon Jerry Brown and a host of other well-funded candidates and campaigns, it might be tough to focus on a ballot measure asking them to referee a financial feud between state and local politicians.
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